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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Eclipse's Scrum Wiki

There is an interesting wiki on SCRUM on the Eclipse.org site.  I think this rates an addition to our SCRUM references list.
http://epf.eclipse.org/wikis/scrum/index.htm




Clicking through this wiki takes about 20 minutes and reinforces the Scrum information from the other sources on our Scrum References List.

Scrum References List (Updated):

The Scrum Guide:  The Definitive Guide to Scrum - The Rules of the game
http://www.scrum.org/storage/scrumguides/Scrum%20Guide%20-%202011.pdf
Note that the Scrum Guide is revised as of July 2011 - this link is to the current version

Video:  Learn SCRUM in Under 10 Minutes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWSXETDWGQ4

Scrum Practitioner's Group at LinkedIn
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=52030&mostPopular=&trk=tyah

Video: Collabnet Introduction to Scrum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8vT7G0WATM&feature=player_embedded

Bill Wake's Scrum on a Page
http://xp123.com/xplor/xp0507/Scrum-dev.pdf

Eclipse.org's Scrum Wiki
http://epf.eclipse.org/wikis/scrum/index.htm

3 comments:

  1. PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Recently I went for a PMP prep course by the training provider you have mentioned, Instructer was too good and I passed with relative ease. Looking forwards to apply what I learned in PMP classes in my company

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  2. After thinking over for quite a while about whether to go for PMP or SCRUM certification, I opted for a PMP prep course , Instructer was too good and I passed with relative ease. Looking forwards to apply what I learned in PMP classes in my company.

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  3. Transparency is a must in scrum rules as it allows important aspects of the process to be visible to all the members who are responsible for the result. Since every team member should understand it is always advisable to use a common “terminology” so that reviews can be shared by all.

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